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International Bazaar

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

Opened in 1967, Freeport's International Bazaar has been recognized as a symbol of the Bahamas. Filled with shops, restaurants, and other locally-owned ...  Read more

Arawak Cay

This seafood paradise—ripe with fresh fish and strong drinks—is a destination for diners looking to truly taste Nassau. What began with a few tiny stalls ...  Read more

Christ Church Cathedral

The Gothic-style Christ Church Cathedral has become one of the island’s most famous houses of worship.  Its brilliant white stone tower, vaulted mahogany ...  Read more

Fort Charlotte

High atop a hillside overlooking the harbor of Nassau is the British-colonial Fort Charlotte—the largest fort in Nassau. Constructed in the late 18th century ...  Read more

Government House

Built in 1806, the Government House is considered by many to be the leading example of Georgian Colonial architecture in all the West Indies. Its vibrant ...  Read more

Junkanoo Expo Museum

On December 26 and January 1 the streets of Nassau erupt with bursts of color, festive masks and lively music during Junkanoo—an island festival similar to ...  Read more

Lucaya Harbor

Lucaya Harbor is a wonderful suburb of Freeport, and offers one of the best Bahaman experiences in all of the islands. Centered around Count Basie Square and ...  Read more

Parliament Square

The island of Nassau is the seat of the Bahamian government and the four bubblegum pink buildings that house its key branches lend a distinctly island vibe to ...  Read more

Rand Memorial Nature Center

The Rand Nature Center sits on 100 acres of beautifully preserved land and is home to thousands on incredible bird species. The center draws bird-watchers ...  Read more

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